} Meaning of WARRANT in a Sentence - Words In Sentences

Meaning of WARRANT in a Sentence

Definition: to support an action or response

Part of Speech: Verb

Synonym(s): justify, imply, persuade

Antonym(s): dispute

Example Sentences:


1. Does the crime truly warrant such a harsh punishment?


2. It is up to the city attorney to decide if the accusations warrant a formal investigation.


3. According to the doctor, the patient’s symptoms warrant the need for a chest x-ray.

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